The Starter Collection, the first of the customary two tiers in the bundle, costs $12.95. In exchange, you'll get $54.40 worth of DRM free PDF downloads.
The Bundle of Holding's own blog describes these Hero System bundles as one of the best deals they've ever presented.
It's the Bundle of Holding's 8th birthday, and to mark the occasion, there's a special bundle offer.
Routinely Itemised is RPG news summary round-up complete with reviews, tips and a flood of Zine Quest Kickstarter projects.
The bundle has Ben Dutter's Vagabonds of Dyfed and Dortoka, Diogo Nogueira's Sharp Swords / Solar Blades / Dark Streets series and there's Hypertellurians from Mottokrosh Machinations.
There's giant monsters, rogue agencies, underground cities, trans-dimensional vampires, one particularly annoying dinosaur, and lots of explosions. (Lots of explosions.)
The Bundle of Holding as two offers from Green Ronin. Do you prefer fantasy or sci-fi?
As usual, there are only three weeks to claim the two-tiered bundle and the cost of the Bonus Collection rises or lowers in line with how people shop.
In the Forbidden Lands, characters are not heroes; they are rogues. The open-world game is about discovering ancient ruins as you explore the map, fighting monsters and trying to live long enough to build a stronghold.
Players travel by eldritch portal and non-Euclidean labyrinth and golden-sailed barge between the uncountable crystal Spheres strung delicately across the hump-backed sky.